Photo: Rachel McComas snaps a photo of a dress to upload to her Depop account. “There’s so many clothes floating around that need a home,” she says. (Photo by Kate Duffy/Cronkite News) If you’ve been to a flea market or visited First Friday in downtown Phoenix, you’ve likely seen booth after booth of independent sellers
George Orwell, call your office. That’s my initial and slightly out-of-date response to news stories about the Biden administration’s efforts to stamp out “misinformation.” It’s an interesting irony that covert censorship should be undertaken enthusiastically by those who call themselves “liberal” or “progressive” and who claim the opposition would threaten the survival of liberal democracy.
[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Osama bin Laden’s “Letter to America” — especially a version published at The Guardian since 2002 — recently became wildly popular on TikTok. According to
Image courtesy of DepositPhotos Social media has transformed operations in every industry, including real estate. The power now lies within the hands of the consumer because they can browse through listings, educate themselves about mortgage rates, and research real estate agents before speaking with professionals. As a result, industry leaders are using platforms like Facebook,
Image Courtesy of DepositPhotos The federal government coordinated with an array of entities to censor Americans’ speech online, a newly released report from the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government shows. In particular, the report shows that the Department of Homeland Security worked with Stanford and the Global Engagement Center, which works
There are a lot of people, many having a history of conservative voting and views, who claim that they are either reluctant or never will vote for Donald Trump. Many of these people don’t like what Trump says or puts out on social media. Anyone who votes on the basis of what any politician states,